[Editor's Note: Stat Count highlights the Buffalo Sabres accomplishments on the ice in the 2009-10 season. Each week, Stat Count will profile a different player on the team, focusing on their statistical highs. This week centers on winger Jason Pominville.]
Successful shootout attempts Pominville scored on nine shots in the 2009-10 season, leading the team in that category. The winger also led the Sabres with two of those shots acting as the game-deciding goals.
Power play goals scored by Pominville in the regular season, ranking him third on the team behind Thomas Vanek and Derek Roy who had 10 goals with the man advantage. In 2008-09, Pominville scored six power play goals.
Multi-point games Pominville scored, with 12 two-point performances and three three-point performances. Only Thomas Vanek (17) and Derek Roy (16) had more.
Games played in the 2009-10 season. The feat marks the fourth-consecutive time Pominville has played in every game of the regular season. Pominville, along with Henrik Tallinder and Tyler Myers were the only members of the Buffalo Sabres to do so this year.
Points scored by Pominville in the 2009-10 season, marking the fourth consecutive season in which he has registered 60-plus points. Pominville finished third on the team in that category as well as goals (24) and assists (38).
Career NHL goal scored by Pominville, who reached the milestone on October 16 against the New York Islanders. The winger has collected 123 scores in five seasons with the Buffalo Sabres.
shots taken by Pominville, marking not only the most in his career, but the most by a Buffalo player on the 2009-10 roster. Jochen Hecht finished second on the team with 224 shots.
Career NHL point scored by Pominville, who reached the milestone with a goal on March 27 against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Pominville has a total of 306 career points.
Consecutive regular season games played, making Pominville the Sabres active leader and current iron man. The streak is the fifth longest in the NHL. Pominville has played in 386 career games in the League.